FARM INDUSTRY NEWS
The Precision Aerial Ag Show slated for Decatur, Ill., in July will offer you a chance to see many new tools in action.
Stu Ellis, show organizer, notes that the attraction of the show will be those open air flight demonstrations. While the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration has limited UAS use to only recreational purposes – a point of contention for agriculture – show organizers are working under the rules of the Academy of Model Aeronautics to allow for the flights. “The Precision Aerial Ag Show is an AMA-sanctioned event for Class D technology demonstrations,” he notes.